Georgetown Climate's Arroyo and Pacyniak discuss state recommendations on emissions standards

How can U.S. EPA craft its existing source rule for power plants to maximize flexibility for stakeholders? During today's OnPoint, Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center at Georgetown Law, and Gabe Pacyniak, an institute associate at the Georgetown Climate Center, discuss a letter sent to EPA this week by 15 states offering recommendations for the upcoming power plant rule. Arroyo and Pacyniak also comment on the agency's interaction with industry, states and environmental groups as it crafts its standards.